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A U.K. vote to leave the European Union on June 23 would cause major currency fluctuations and dent growth in the country, according to UBS.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is heading to Greece on Friday as part of a charm offensive ahead of upcoming sanctions votes.
Growing pressure for the west to block Beijing’s bid for “market economy status” and greater access to world markets, the FT reports.
G-7 leaders warned on Friday that a British vote to leave the EU next month would seriously threaten the world economy, the Financial Times reports.
Investigators searched McDonald's French headquarters, targeting the chain in a tax probe, sources with knowledge of the matter told Reuters.
"We're expected to lower our prices by about 7 percent for the rest of the summer to keep people flying," Michael O'Leary tells CNBC.
Rising aversion in Poland towards the European Union is worrying, the country's outgoing central bank governor told CNBC.
Former Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer Ed Balls says his party is in the process of a "big change," albeit not one he expected or supported.
Wednesday's deal to avert a looming Greek bankruptcy doesn't mean the public rift between two of Athens' key creditors is over.
The first four Folios of William Shakespeare's "collected works" have sold for £2.479 million at Christie's in London.
A new wine-themed park is ready to open its doors to the general public on June 1.
The CGT union sought to tighten its grip on France's energy supplies and transport network as its stand-off with the government over planned labor reforms continued.
Marks and Spencer announced plans to overhaul its clothing and homeware business, a move it warned would have an adverse effect on short-term profits.
Greece may have secured its latest round of aid but it's important "that they continue with the structural reforms," says Spain's economy secretary.
Fitch Ratings downgraded Credit Suisse Group's long-term default rating by a notch to A-minus and its viability rating to a-minus from a.
UniCredit Chief Executive Federico Ghizzoni is to step down in a move expected to lead to a broader shake-up of the group.
The German carmaker’s investment, comes months after General Motors injected $500 million into US ride-hailing app Lyft, the FT reports.
French prosecutors have turned up the heat in the spreading European tax war against US tech giants, the FT reports.
Academy Award winner and humanitarian, Angelina Jolie Pitt is set to join the London School of Economics as a visiting professor.
Decisions by the likes of Twitter and YouTube to stream sports online may push more consumers to “cut the cord” of their television service.
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Barack Obama has become the first serving U.S. president to visit Hiroshima since WW2 to “look directly in the eye of history.”
Speaking at Hiroshima, U.S. president, Barack Obama references the mushroom cloud caused by the atomic bombs dropped on Japan at the end of World War II.